At this point there is no change from 7th April.
On 20 Apr 2010, at 21:03, Arbi Sookazian wrote:
So what's the status on this initiative? They changed all our
passwords in JBoss Community due to the security breach and I have no clue how to reset
the password on my own via the website functionality... Maybe I need to read the damn
No reference to keyword "change" in above page...
On Wed, Apr 7, 2010 at 4:37 AM, Pete Muir <pmuir(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On 18 Mar 2010, at 23:45, Gavin King wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 6:15 PM, Arbi Sookazian <asookazian(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> The project lead apparently has no say b/c this open issue has apparently
>> already been decided and finalized single-handedly by GKing, no? The
>> community (the people who use the forums the most) has no say. One out of
>> hundreds decides. A dictatorship in the open-source community.
> This is not a democracy. Some people contribute more to the project
> than others, and those people therefore have a bigger say.
Yes, I have a say ;-). I was simply on vacation when Dan raised this issue here - for the
background, we have been discussing this issue for a while now. There are good arguments
on both sides. Personally, I come down somewhat on the side of migration (if a few
blocking issues with JBoss.org
can be resolved which I will outline elsewhere).
Needless to say I have an enormous amount of respect for Gavin and his opinion and I am
not prepared to support migrating the Seam website to jboss.org
Gavin's full support on the matter. This has always been my position, and will
continue to be.
>> And the performance of sfwk.org
in North America
>> at least is typically abysmal...
> Which, as you've already been told, is more a matter of the location
> of the server. European users are not reporting problems.
is *very* responsive here in the UK.
Dan, Lincoln and Rodney have been investigating moving the server to somewhere with
better peering. We will conduct some speed trials of any new location (with the
communities help) to ensure good latency in all parts of the world.